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Boullier: Magnussen totally innocent

Boullier: Magnussen totally innocent

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Felipe Massa was wrong to blame Kevin Magnussen for their German Grand Prix collision, because the FIA's report proves the Dane was totally innocent

Has Germany fallen out of love with F1?

Has Germany fallen out of love with F1?

Empty seats in the once-heaving Hockenheim grandstands set alarm bells ringing in F1 last weekend. DIETER RENCKEN investigates the causes

Gary Anderson: F1's dangerous rules precedent

Gary Anderson: F1's dangerous rules precedent

AUTOSPORT's technical expert GARY ANDERSON warns that Formula 1 risks making a rod for its own back by allowing Mercedes to change brake disc supplier under parc ferme conditions

Renault considers Mercedes split turbo

Renault considers Mercedes split turbo

Renault is considering adopting the Mercedes split concept on its turbo for next season, as it works to overhaul its current Formula 1 engine

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NASCAR bemused by teams' alliance

NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France says that he is sceptical about the potential effectiveness of the newly-formed Race Teams Alliance

Boullier: Magnussen totally innocent

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Felipe Massa was wrong to blame Kevin Magnussen for their German Grand Prix collision, because the FIA's report proves the Dane was totally innocent

D'Ambrosio joins Dragon in Formula E

Former Formula 1 driver Jerome d'Ambrosio has completed Dragon Racing's line-up for the inaugural Formula E season

TC3 aims for flyaway F1 GP dates

The proposed TC3 International touring car series is expected to hold its Formula 1 support races at long haul grands prix in 2015

Ferrari backs Raikkonen amid struggles

The Ferrari Formula 1 team says it has the "utmost confidence" in Kimi Raikkonen to turn his poor 2014 season around

F1 News

Boullier: Magnussen totally innocent

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Felipe Massa was wrong to blame Kevin Magnussen for their German Grand Prix collision, because the FIA's report proves the Dane was totally innocent

Ferrari backs Raikkonen amid struggles

The Ferrari Formula 1 team says it has the "utmost confidence" in Kimi Raikkonen to turn his poor 2014 season around

Renault considers Mercedes split turbo

Renault is considering adopting the Mercedes split concept on its turbo for next season, as it works to overhaul its current Formula 1 engine

Giovesi joins Caterham driver scheme

Auto GP driver Kevin Giovesi has become the second addition to the Caterham Formula 1 team's new driver development programme

MotoGP News

Dovizioso extends Ducati deal

Andrea Dovizioso has extended his Ducati MotoGP deal for two more seasons, while team-mate Cal Crutchlow insists he will honour the second year of his contract.

Hayden undergoes further surgery

Nicky Hayden has undergone further wrist surgery to try to tackle his long-standing injury during MotoGP's summer break.

Moto2: Rabat commits to Moto2 for 2015

Runaway Moto2 championship leader Tito Rabat has committed to another season in the second-tier category in 2015 rather than a MotoGP move, even if he wins the title.

Honda completes first test of new bike

Honda's preparations for the 2015 MotoGP season gained momentum on Wednesday as Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa sampled a prototype of next year's bike at Brno.

Rallying News

Monte awaits WRC revamp news

Monte Carlo Rally organisers have effectively put a question mark by the final day of its 2015 itinerary while waiting for news of the World Rally Championship's proposed shootout stage

Tanak clinches commanding victory

World Rally Championship regular Ott Tanak clinched a dominant home win on a guest appearance in the European Rally Championship's Estonian round

Tanak dominates day one in Estonia

World Rally Championship star Ott Tanak dominated day one of his home round of the European Rally Championship in Estonia

Kubica keen on more non-WRC outings

Robert Kubica could contest more asphalt rallies in Italy as he prepares for the second half of the World Rally Championship season

WEC News

LMP2 set to become coupe-only class

The LMP2 category looks certain to become a coupe-only category when new regulations come into force in 2017.

Ram Racing withdraws from WEC

The British Ram Racing Ferrari team has withdrawn from the remainder of this year's World Endurance Championship.

Strakka Dome undergoing revisions

The as-yet-unraced Strakka Dome LMP2 coupe is undergoing rear-end revisions before it resumes testing.

McLaren closing on Le Mans return

McLaren is edging closer to a decision to return to the Le Mans 24 Hours for the first time in nearly 20 years

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